Beaches N Cream


#1

Is an ADR needed for Beaches N cream?


#2

Beaches N Cream doesn’t take ADRs… :smile: So, walk in and enjoy!

Bruce


#3

Is Beaches N Cream a TS or a CS? In my dining guide that I have (which may be a couple years old) it is labeled as a TS, but I called twice and each time they told me it was a CS and no ressies required.
Can anyone confirm that? I’ve had a lot of CM conflicting info lately and I’m starting to second-guess everything!:laugh:


#4

ITs kind of a bit of both! but I think it goes as TS?? I know someone will correct me if I am wrong! …we went last trip and we sat at the counter and the lady took our order and brought it to us as opposed to us carrying it back ourselves.Its a nice relaxed atmosphere I always think -


#5

It’s a table service.
It’s worth a trip there just for the No Way Jose!!


#6

There is Beaches N Cream to go listed as a CS on Allearsnet!


#7

[QUOTE=momofaprincess;941153]It’s a table service.
It’s worth a trip there just for the No Way Jose!![/QUOTE]

Okay, thanks for the info. I have become discouraged with the CM’s lately when calling down. I called them for a ressie and they told me they don’t make ADR’s and informed me it was a CS. I told them my dining guide listed it as a TS and I was skeptical so I called back again a couple days later to ask someone else and they too said it was a CS, so I made another TS ADR at another restaurant for that night. Arggg! Now I’m going to have to cancel the other TS. Is it just me? I seem to be getting a lot of conflicting info when I call. It is frustrating!


#8

The last time I was at BnC, it was soo crowded, I would have rather eaten at Friendly’s. And if you’re familiar with that restaurant, you know how crowded BnC was.


#9

BNC to go menu is different than the sit down. They do not offer the HUGE sundaes.

Definitely worth a trip if you have the time but you have to go at an off peak time of day. It is small inside, some booths, some “small” tables and counter service.


#10

I think folks get confused with the dining plan and whether you actually sit or get service at a counter.

BNC has a take-out counter AND there is a relatively small dining area where you can sit down. On the dining plan, my understanding is TS - though we’ve only done the take-out counter.

It is always busy after dinner. You might do better to try some time between lunch and dinner.


#11

[QUOTE=momofaprincess;941153]It’s a table service.
It’s worth a trip there just for the No Way Jose!![/QUOTE]

It’s a TS and NOT worth it, IMHO. Pay OOP for it! And momofaprincess, I TOTALLY agree!!! YUM!


#12

I don’t think the food is worth a table service credit, but I’d pay out of pocket too! (and we usually do) The food is reasonably priced too!


#13

That’s a great point. I’m going to keep our evening TS ADR and just pay out of pocket for Lunch at Beaches N Cream. I’m surprised it uses a TS, probably just because of the popularity?!


#14

It’s listed as Table Service in the WDW Dining Guide and Passporter’s Guide.


#15

That may be…It’s the same as The Plaza in MK…That’s a table service too and another we are paying oop for because we don’t want to waste a dining credit on it (the prices are resonable enough to do that there too)


#16

It truly is a table service restaurant, it’s a full service restaurant with servers. I don’t think it’s worth using dining plan credit on but it’s worth a stop to try it.

The take out menu is now very limited, mostly simple ice cream things like cones, shakes, and sundaes.


#17

Thanks everyone! We will def. be eating there in May